These dehydrated treats are slow-cooked to draw out the rich flavours. Chicken breast is a good source protein and turmeric has several medicinal benefits. It promotes heart health, aids in detoxifying the liver and also has anti-inflammatory properties. These nutritious treats have no additives and offer plenty of nutritive benefits.
Product type: Dehydrated treats for dogs
Natural chicken with turmeric
100% natural ingredients
Antibiotic, hormone and preservative free
Grain free (wheat, soy, corn)
Always have fresh water available for your pet
Never feed above recommended quantities
Always check ingredients for possible allergens
HUFT Tip: It is important to check recommended feeding quantities to ensure that you don't overfeed your pet.
Farm Fresh Ingredients
Made With Love
No Artificial Sugars
Feeding Guidelines: Small Dogs - 1 piece per day Medium Dogs - 2 pieces per day Large Dogs - 3 pieces per day
This is a range of natural, dehydrated treats made with limited, healthy ingredients. All we do is slow-cook farm fresh, produce in small batches to retain their nutrition and flavour.
We use farm fresh and Human Grade ingredients only
The ingredients are chosen only for their nutritional value, so there are no filler ingredients.
These treats do not contain any preservatives or added flavours. We only include the ingredients that we have mentioned.
These are healthy for your pets and provide them with a host of nutrients
Chicken Jerky with Home-made Applesauce & Cinnamon
Besides being a doggie favourite, chicken is a great source of protein. Apples are rich in antioxidants and fibre while cinnamon contributes in controlling blood sugar levels.
Chicken Jerky with organic turmeric
Turmeric or haldi as we often call it, has a number of nutritional benefits. It has very strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. We add a tiny pinch of freshly cracked peppercorns as this helps the body better absorb the curcumin present in turmeric.
Chicken Jerky with Spinach
Spinach is a rich source of iron, antioxidants, roughage and beta-carotene. Chicken is a great source of easily digested protein. This treat needs to be given in recommended quantities only and should not be fed to pets with renal problems.
Chicken Liver with Organic Turmeric
This is a great way to include organ meat to your pets diet. Chicken liver is beneficial thanks to its iron and Vitamin A content. Turmeric, we mentioned before has plenty of benefits including anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. Adding a tiny bit of peppercorn facilitates better absorption of curcumin.
Chicken with Beetroot and Yoghurt
Chicken is a great source for protein while yoghurt contributes to healthy gut flora and promotes better digestion. Beetroot adds Vitamin C, fibre and folate to your dog’s diet (among other nutrients).
Mango Chicken Jerky
A season special made with the King of Fruits, mango gives this treat the taste of summer. In specific quantities, mango provides vitamins A, B6, C and E. It is also high in fibre. Chicken is an excellent source of protein.
Give your pet a great start to the day with nutritious muesli. It can be served in 3 different ways and made with oats, carrots, chicken and chicken liver. Convenient and healthy, this is a quick breakfast or snack option for dogs.
Banana and Carrot
Simple treats packed with nutrients and flavour, these are low in saturated cholesterol and sodium. It’s a great source of fibre, Vitamins A, C, and a host of minerals.
Veggie Mix Trail
If you want to give your dog a vegetarian treat, this trail mix is rich in vitamins and minerals. We have made this with beetroot, carrots, sweet potato and pumpkin so your doggie has a rich variety of nutrients with every bite.
HUFT Veg Treats
HUFT Non-Veg Treats
What inspired Sara's Treats?
Our in-house Labrador and muse, Sara simply LOVES treats. Rather than feeding her highly processed treats that offered little nutrition, we decided to come up with some minimally processed, nutrient-rich treats that could make her snack breaks healthy. And this is exactly what Sara Treats are.